Splendid Hotel La Torre
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... this square that looked like a post apocalyptic war zone. There was a massive bank in ruins with graffiti on it, a whole bunch of really nice buildings were crumbling to the ground surrounding the square but here were these people dancing, very surreal.
We walked around more and Yeo got some street food. I tried it but it was kind of gross to me, it was cow intestine. The next day we woke up and got lunch which was too expensive and not very good, after that ...
... We'd have to blindfold them to make them pay attention to our music! This spectacular and unforgettable place was almost trumped today, by William the Good's (grandson of Roger II) effort to outdo his grandfather with Monreale Cathedral. An unprepossessing exterior gives way to a dazzling interior, every bit as rich as the Cappella Palatina, in the same ways, but many times bigger. I could imagine a Jouissance gig here! Seeing the way art brought together all the peoples ...
... carrying on for a while but eventually disappeared probably got off at the next stop. Along side us on the train was a couple with a little toddler. He was from Leeds and she was Polish. They were staying in Palermo and on their way to Cefalu for the day. Cefalu is where they all go to swim. It looks lovely from the train. We also met an Aussie couple from Melbourne who are touring around Sicily. The train takes a long time to ...
Today we found the markets. The food market is amazing but you don't have to do more than follow your nose as both ends sell fish. Some of the fruit and veg is interesting. The strawberries are the size of a small cherries tomato and the zucchini is about 1 mitre long. In the afternoon we visited the ...
... stories executed in shimmering mosaics. The mosaics are breath-taking and are well worth taking some time to look at them in detail. As usual, though, our team required a fairly brisk once round before Flynn started knocking over barriers and fighting with Bronte. The church is a very famous landmark in Palermo and attracts loads of tourist but in usual Sicilian style, the road up to Monreale is little better than a goat track. As is our ...